Explore India Ink, Cherry Blossoms, and more!

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trace a circle at the top, center of paper. Water color wash any type of sky, leaving the moon white. Then black india ink with a wide flat brush. Then magenta, white and purple for the blossoms with a round

Kids Artists: Christmas

Simply stunning and very do-able Christmas art project to do with the kids. Via Kids Artists: Colourful Christmas trees

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Fall paintings (for younger kids, provide tree silhouette and have them water color background) @ Home Ideas and Designs

Aluminium foil and permanent marker - cool effect!

Foil Embossing: This beautiful project was made in a fifth grade art class. Teacher Joanna Davis of We Heart Art explains how it was done using tin foil, yarn, glue and Sharpies.

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Apply drops of reinker to wet watercolor paper. Then flick a wet toothbrush all over the piece until you like the look. Use black StazOn for the silhouette stamps: tree branch, flowers, butterflies.

beautiful japanese lanterns....even comes with a template

WHAT'S HAPPENING IN THE ART ROOM?: gorgeous Grade Asian Lanterns with template. See post comments for detailed instructions.

Were origonally watercolour paper and watercolour paint with pen and ink trees. But could use as inspiration for an art lesson - tissue paper? Not tried yet so you on your own, folks.

Were origonally watercolour paper and watercolour paint with pen and ink trees. But could use as inspiration for an art lesson - tissue paper? -- Could use as a bookmark

tempera and oil pastel - grid drawings - each kid gets a section of the grid to work on, then put all together

Collaborative Elementary Art Grid Drawing Mural Tempera and oil pastel. Each kid gets a section of the grid to work on, then put all together for a mural.

Art Projects for Kids: March 2012

Koi Fish Painting Another great lesson plan from Art Projects For Kids. Wonderful craft to accompany the book Who Made You.

Love! Mixed media peacocks by paulettegail

Mexican Alebrijes are Fair Trade Art reflecting the colorful culture of Oaxaca. Each Alebrije is hand carved and hand-painted by highly skilled artisans. with kids use popsicle sticks

For the Love of Art: 6th Grade: Glue Line Pumpkins

wet on wet watercolor pumpkins for elementary. after the water color splotches dry they trace them with sharpie to highlight the different shapes in the pumpkin

winter portraits - I like this alternative to drawing the face as the only way to make a portrait or self-portrait.... I don't really like that it seems to be directional drawing as they all look the same.

winter portraits - I like this alternative to drawing the face as the only way to make a portrait or self-portrait. I don't really like that it seems to be directional drawing as they all look the same.

Tin foil, yarn, cardboard, and sharpies. This makes a cool low relief sculpture. Start by teaching about line variations, and color schemes (monochromatic, analogous, etc.). Cool project for 6-7th grade.

Tin foil, yarn, cardboard, sharpies to make low relief sculpture. Covers line variations, and color schemes. Good for Exploratory and Art I.

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